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The U.S. Representative for New Mexico's 2nd congressional district, serving since 2011.
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ENG: Stevan Edward "Steve" Pearce (born August 24, 1947) is the U.S. Representative for New Mexico's 2nd congressional district. He is a member of the Republican Party. He previously held the seat from 2003 to 2009 and was an Assistant Minority Whip. Early life, education and career Pearce was born in Lamesa in Dawson County in west Texas but reared in Hobbs, New Mexico, where he currently resides with his wife, Cynthia. He attended college at New Mexico State University in Las Cruces, having earned a Bachelor of Business Administration in economics. Afterward, he received a Master of Business Administration from Eastern New Mexico University in Portales. While at New Mexico State University, Pearce was elected president of the student body. He served in the Vietnam War as a C-130 ...
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Pearce Proposes Innovative Land-Use Legislation

Isn't it odd that mainstream news outlets like the Associated Press seem to ignore truly groundbreaking land-use legislation? Okay, maybe it's more predictable than odd! While Wilderness activist groups continue to push for legislation that would put more than two thirds of the public lands surrounding Las Cruces, New Mexico, into an outdated, restrictive designation (see Wilderness is a Child of the '60s That Never Grew Up article), a local Congressman has introduced a bill recognizing that "protection" does not mean locking the American public out of their lands. Congressman Steve Pearce ...

Let's not bail out the U.S. Postal Service

The United States Postal Service is about to default on its loan from the U.S. government. Many facilities, especially in rural areas of New Mexico, are faced with closure. Understandably, customers are frustrated and want to know how it got this bad in the first place. They deserve answers and they deserve solutions. USPS officials and some members of the various postal employee unions recently stated that they believe a piece of legislation, HR 1351 -- United States Postal Service Pension Obligation Recalculation and Restoration Act -- is the answer. This bill would bail out the USPS ...

Congressman Steve Pearce Sharpens Call for Renegade Logging

Rep. Steve Pearce (R-N.M.) sharpened his support today for Otero County’s plan to log national forest lands without U.S. Forest Service approval. Pearce has applauded the plan and vowed to fell the first tree on Sept. 17 on the Lincoln National Forest. The congressman’s press secretary, Jamie Dickerman, today issued a statement in the Summit Voice trying to explain why he thinks Otero County can log national forests without approval from the U.S. Forest Service and other federal agencies. “Congressman Pearce’s imagination knows no bounds when it comes to asserting ...

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Hobbs, NM (March 11, 2017) Congressman Steve Pearce today hosted a town hall meeting at the Lea County Event Center in Hobbs, New Mexico. The event lasted nearly two hours and covered a wide range of topics including health care, tax reform, our nation’s defense, and education. "I enjoy being able to have a respectful conversation about the future of New Mexico and our nation. We have many opportunities in New Mexico to put people back to work, strengthen our economy, and bring greater possibilities for generations to come. I'm confident in the progress we'll be able to make as a state if we continue this conversation, and believe this town hall should be seen as a model to other districts across the country," stated Rep. Pearce. "As we move forward, Congress must remember the responsibility we have to articulate the important decisions being made that will directly affect the livelihoods of our communities. We will make more progress working with a two party system, with input from
Washington, DC (March 10, 2017) The U.S. House of Representatives this week voted on three bills to reform the legal process, protecting individuals and businesses across the nation. Congressman Steve Pearce voted in favor of these pieces of legislation to increase transparency and accountability within the legal system. “Our Constitution provides the framework for our legal system that guarantees liberty and justice for all. Over time, this system has pivoted from protecting the people to favoring trial lawyers, who has the most money and time through lengthy litigations, forcing undue burdens and high costs on innocent individuals and small businesses,” stated Rep. Pearce. “I voted in favor of these three bills to begin the process of reforming our legal system, so that New Mexicans are protected from frivolous lawsuits. These reforms will help shield local businesses from the undue hardships of flawed litigation, saving time, money, and access to jobs in New Mexico.” The thr
Las Cruces, NM (March 14, 2017) Congressman Steve Pearce today announced he will host a town hall this Saturday, March 18, 2017 at 12:00 PM MST in Las Cruces, NM. The community discussion will be held at the New Mexico Farm & Ranch Heritage Museum at 4100 Dripping Springs Rd, Las Cruces, NM. “I’m fortunate to represent a district that is so passionate and engaged in issues that affect the livelihoods of themselves, their families, and that of New Mexico. It’s important that we take immediate action to come together for commonsense solutions that build up our communities for generations to come,” stated Rep. Pearce. “Districts across the nation are facing a difficult political climate right now, which is why I have invited leadership from Indivisible Groups of Southern New Mexico to co-host this town hall with me. I enjoy having a direct yet respectful conversation about the priorities of New Mexico, and I look forward to doing so this weekend in Las Cruces.”       
Washington, DC (March 10, 2017) Congressman Steve Pearce sent a letter to Secretary Zinke of the Department of the Interior calling for a 90 day extension to the comment period for the Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) Mexican Wolf Recovery Program’s Release and Translocation Proposal. This will give local communities and governments who are directly affected by the program suitable time to provide their input. “The introduction of the so-called ‘recovery plan’ of the Mexican wolf has been disastrous to the surrounding local communities in New Mexico. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s recovery plan blatantly disregards the serious concerns of ranchers and farmers whose livelihoods are affected by the program. Now, the Fish and Wildlife Service has proposed another release of wolves without providing a proper comment period to allow local communities time to submit their concerns,” stated Rep. Pearce. Rep. Pearce continued to state, “it goes without saying the Fish and Wi

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